RESISTANCE MOVEMENT. Activists and members from Sweden’s Nest 6 met in Skellefteå on Saturday, 9 October, for an eventful day in the struggle.
First on the agenda was a banner action with two banners, which were hung in both directions from a motorway bridge. The messages displayed were “Love your people!” and “White workers built this country – White workers can take this country back!”
The action was very successful and was received positively by many drivers, who beeped their horns and gave the thumbs-up. Several curious passers-by asked questions and talked convivially with the activists.
The activists had brought a number of green-coloured smoke emitters, which were highly effective in attracting attention to the action. They were also noticed by the local police force, who quickly sent a patrol car to the scene. Another police car soon joined, which gave the collective force the courage to walk over to the activists and ask them all to identify themselves individually. They also asked questions based on hearsay about “burning flares” and “smoke that was dangerous to traffic”.
When the police were asked if these suspicions related to any criminal activity, they replied that they were investigating them in order to work out if any crime had been committed. It should be noted that smoke emitters are completely legal and do not require a licence to own or use. Aside from their questioning, the police investigation seemed mostly to consist of the group of officers standing about ten metres away in a huddle, scratching their heads and making phone calls in an attempt to find out if the activists were doing anything illegal.
However, this seemed to be a fruitless task for the police, who appeared relieved when the activity finally concluded and the activists left the area.
After the successful action, the activists and members gathered in a hired venue where they held their monthly meeting, followed by a well-earned and delicious dinner.
With their stomachs full, it was time to listen to a lecture by Andreas Holmvall. The lecture began with Andreas talking a bit about himself and his journey to the struggle, as well as his development in the Nordic Resistance Movement. As a member of the media group, he then gave an extended presentation about the group’s operations and propaganda in general.
The lecture was very successful and was delivered to an engaged audience, who had many questions and comments about what was said. The lecture ended with resounding applause and a positive response from the attendees.
This lecture can be regarded as a “beta version” of a lecture Andreas intends to give at this year’s edition of Organisation Days, which is something to look forward to for those planning to attend.